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Hema Malini Bra Size & Body Measurements

Hema Malini Biography is dedicated to the late Indira Gandhi. This beautiful old lady was born on 16 October 1948 at Ammankudi, Tiruchirapalli District, Madras Presidency, India. She was a famous actress in many films of her time and is most popular amongst Hindi films of that era. She is best known for her many roles in movies and is survived by her three children. She is most popularly remembered for her flawless skin, beautiful brown eyes and her dark brown hair.

This article attempts to reveal the biography of an important personality of Indian politics and public life. As part of the investigation of Hema Malini’s life we shall disclose her real age and weight and that of her family. We shall also reveal her real name is Haritha Kumar and not Haridra Kumar as in the biographies. In the beginning the story revolves around her marriage to Rajiv Gandhi when she was still known as Haridra. The name changed later when her life was chronicled in biographies.

Bra Size & Body Measurements

Bra Size 34 B
Waist Size 32 Inches
Hips Size 35 Inches
Shoe Size -8– (US)
Body  Measurements 34-32-35 Inches

In this article we shall reveal her real age and weight, which are given in the biography Hema Malini by Subodh Gupta. This is a good source to get her real age and weight for any one who may need it in any of the other biographies about her. This is one of the good biographies that helps us understand her real personality and what led her to take to politics after her retirement. In fact Rajiv Gandhi had approached her to get her opinion about the formulation of his Constituency Strategy but she refused saying that she could not do much as she was still in full time schooling.

But we shall reveal her age in this article which is in the second chapter titled “The First Lady of Jeeyapuram”. We will see how she developed this passion for politics and how she decided to marry Rajiv Gandhi at the age of thirty-three. We will discover how she fell in love with him from the beginning and how at the end of her marriage she almost left him to work in a railway post in Madras Presidency but finally decided to stay at Jeeyapuram and enjoy a normal life with her daughter Venkatarishta. She was very happy to be called a “Maharana” by Rajiv Gandhi who called her once in his lifetime and offered to her his support in her bid for the post of Prime Minister of India involving the formation of an Indian economic unit based on cooperative federalism. She declined this offer and retired to her cottage at Ramaiyar in Tamil Nadu.

This memoir on the life of Indira Gandhi reveals many fascinating anecdotes such as how she managed to change her clothes in different seasons just by changing her wardrobe and how she used to get rid of all her clothes by putting them in her small cabinet on the top floor of her house in the Tiruchirappalli district of Tamil Nadu. She also used to keep on checking the newspapers of the day for any new event that happened in her district and also used to join public meetings where she used to hear news about the various events happening in different parts of the country, especially in New Delhi and other major cities of India. She was very much interested in the happenings both in the state and in the other parts of India and especially in what was happening in her own district.

Among her many memorable achievements as President of India is the most important one, which she may not have even realized till now. That is the fact that she rose from a low birth rank to become the youngest head of state of a democratic country in the history of mankind. This tall claim is not possible without her enormous contribution towards the freedom movement in India and its people. The Hema Malini biography is a must read for anyone who is seriously interested in reading about the life of a leader who changed not only her country’s history but the history of all the independent states of India and the world as well. There is no doubt that this will turn out to be a best-seller.

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